Glassdoor Names Bill Mills A Top CEO 2019
June 19, 2019
Our employees are to thank today as Bill Mills has been named a Top CEO for 2019 by Glassdoor. Glassdoor, one of the world’s largest job and recruiting sites, released its annual award highlighting the Top CEOs in several countries throughout Europe and North America.
Bill Mills appears on the Top CEO 2019 list for the UK with an impressive Glassdoor rating of 90%. This past year has seen Explore face new challenges, and so new approaches to ensuring our staff are engaged and motivated are continuingly being looked into. New staffing models are being trialled and a brand new employee benefits package is being developed.
Bill says “I’m committed to exploring how best we meet the aspirations of our staff; their professional growth, career progression and work life balance. Getting these right will be increasingly difficult, but we are continuing to use our employee feedback to guide us.”
CEO approval ratings are gathered through Glassdoor’s online company review survey, which gathers current and former employee sentiment about job and company satisfaction, the work environment and the culture. Employees are asked to rate a number of workplace factors such as compensation and benefits, as well as work-life balance, and asked whether they approve, disapprove or are neutral about the job their CEO is doing. In addition, employees are asked to describe some of the upsides and downsides of working for the company and provide any advice for senior management.
Check out the complete list of the Employees’ Choice Award for the Top CEOs in 2019 for the UK here: https://www.glassdoor.co.uk/Award/Top-CEOs-UK-LST_KQ0,11.htm
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